Archive for December, 2010

Every now and then something comes along that genuinely baffles, and Word Lens for iPhone does exactly that with its real-time text translation and manipulation.Using the camera on your iPhone, Word Lens simply requires you to point it towards a page...

Interesting recent eye-burning guerrilla ad from BMW. Reminds me of a quote from Al Ries and Jack Trout from their book "The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing" about 'burning your brand into the minds of your consumers" looks like BMW have taken this...

Interesting video on the polarization trend of the workforce into high and low skilled work. Women are embracing this change more than men. The key new skill sets in the service economy: Intelligence Focus Able to communicate openly Listen to...

YouTube - Tim Smit, Eden Project, part 1 (Kick-starting the Sustainable...

GOOD.is | What Is the Easiest Way to Power a Lightbulb Raw...

December 13, 2010 | In: Business

Free Management Library

Photo by Smithsonian InstitutionThe library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management. Content is relevant to the vast majority of people, whether they are in large or small...

Follow link to see the chairman of the Nobel prize committee calling for the immediate release of jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, winner of the 2010 Peace Prize. Video via BBC News - 'Liu Xiaobo must be freed' - Nobel prize committee. Shame on the...

Evernote is the popular note-taking service that now has 5 million members,what is little known is that it currently has 160,000 paying users, bringing in about a monthly income of around $800,000. The CEOPhil Libin explained a few interesting numbers...

The Online Networked Neighbourhoods Study explored the ways in which people communicate online using local citizen-run websites, the impact of that communication, and the implications for local service providers. It focused on three well-established sites...

Endless from Dirk Vander Kooij on Vimeo. Dutch artist Dirk Vander Kooij employs 3d printing to build a collection of chairs out of one endlessly long plastic string which was extracted from old refrigerators. Dirk programmed his 3d printer to create...

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